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by Rudd-O published 2008/11/13 17:00:00 GMT+0, last modified 2016-09-29T23:28:42+00:00
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Political correctness: its origins
by Rudd-O — last modified Jan 14, 2016 10:17 PM

A hundred years ago, Marxism gave birth to what is now known as critical theory -- the seed that would yield political correctness. This short documentary goes over the central figures of the (Marxist) Frankfurt School who were responsible for creating said Marxist cultural thought formula. Note that the documentary is culturally out of date so some elements will naturally be flawed — the historical aspect, however, is solid.

Government lies — digitally printed guns do show up on scanners
by Rudd-O — last modified Jan 03, 2016 03:01 PM

This fact is important because they are leading a war against 3-D printing, and it's a war based on lies. The U.S. government has used legal coercion to prevent you from learning that, contrary to the lies they have told before to scare you, 3-D printed guns cannot in fact be smuggled into random places. They use your fear and your ignorance to keep you afraid from learning this truth. Never fear, though: one X-ray — that by court order others weren't allowed to show you before — is worth ten million lies.

Mongols are always the exception
by Rudd-O — last modified Nov 20, 2015 12:04 AM

These fellows did some remarkable things that nobody else has accomplished, from conquering Afghanistan to (successfully) attacking Russia.

Cultural Marxism
by Rudd-O — last modified Aug 18, 2016 04:24 PM

A copy of the long-since memory-holed article on Wikipedia detailing the concept of cultural Marxism — a colloquialism used to describe the critical theory work of the Frankfurt school.

Regulations as hamster wheels
by Rudd-O — last modified Nov 16, 2015 02:18 AM

A dynamic explanation of the effects of so-called "regulation". Anonymous authorship — found online.

The Megaupload song — remixed!
by Rudd-O — last modified Nov 12, 2015 01:06 AM

Many people know how Megaupload got attacked, and how their promo video (full of Top 40 stars), despite being released free to be republished and remixed, was targeted by hundreds of fraudulent takedown requests. But it prevails, and it's here for you. Enjoy!

Copyright is brain damage
by Rudd-O — last modified Oct 26, 2015 06:26 AM

How the system of copyright we must endure is Kafkasque in nature, how it damages artists, how it censors creators, and how it enriches a few already-rich men, all at the expense of the public. A TEDx presentation by Nina Paley.

"The People"
by Rudd-O — last modified Oct 15, 2015 01:20 AM

An examination about what "The People" really means, in plain English of people doing things, and the perversities it gets twisted into.

The illiberal ideas of neoprogressivism
by Rudd-O — last modified Nov 05, 2015 10:57 AM

Marxism 2: Electric Boogaloo! A short exposé of the three toxic pillars of neoprogressivism – political correctness, identity politics, and postmodernism – analyzed and buried.

The narrative: cultural Marxism, social justice and political correctness explained
by Rudd-O — last modified Aug 30, 2016 03:23 PM

An introductory video to cultural Marxism and social justice, followed by Bill Whittle telling us the history behind political correctness, critical theory (the name that cultural Marxism advocates give to their methodology), and its historical origins in the Frankfurt School of Marxist Communist thought.

In the name of free speech, SHUT UP!
by Rudd-O — last modified Sep 18, 2015 06:36 AM

The irrational illiberal illogic of liars who say they want free speech, but only for their coidearies, exposed concisely in a very short video.

Illiberal progressives
by Rudd-O — last modified Sep 05, 2015 09:18 PM

A mini-documentary that examines the rise and radicalization of collectivist authoritarianism which threatens the fundamental moral, social and legal values underpinning our modern societies.

Genode OS: a breath of fresh air in operating system and software security
by Rudd-O — last modified Aug 01, 2015 05:12 AM

Separation kernels, hardware-isolated virtualization and enforced capability models have finally converged into an OS that could change the way that operating system security, and software security itself, works. Oh, it can also run Linux and Windows applications. Here are a few talks about that convergence in the form of Genode OS.

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